Josh Clayton | ...Felt Like Making A Live Record

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...Felt Like Making A Live Record

by Josh Clayton

'60s English inspired guitar pop/rock meets '70s inspired American soul. Groovy and very good for you.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Doubt
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2. What Do I know
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3. Waiting
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4. Dead American
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5. Paint the Tree Green
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6. That's Alright
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7. Helpless
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8. Brick House
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9. Meet Me (The Get Me Some Blues)
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10. Soon Enough
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11. 3 Strange Days
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12. Window
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Album Notes
One day when I was about to go on tour with my band who had rehearsed and packed and were all ready to go, I got a call from A&M Records, (my then-label).

They said the record wasn't doing well enough and the tour was being canceled.

I must admit, at first I was rather ticked off and I thought about kicking some big bootay, but then I called up my agent and said that I would tour alone, acoustic or whatever it would take. ( Note: before that time I'd never stood on a stage alone, without a band.)

One week, and some unnecessary details later, I had been offered opening up over 60 gigs - nation wide for Tori Amos.

This CD is the that show.

With songs from Inarticulate Nature Boy, and some others to tame the hungry mobs, there are no fixes or overdubs, just me, my electric and sometimes acoustic guitar, and a lot of strangers getting to know each other.

In some ways this is my favorite CD to date in that it is totally real and un-produced.

It captures the energy of a time that became very defining for me as a singer, performer and writer.

Enjoy the show, and please join in.

- Josh



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Easily the most incredible solo live recording I've ever heard.
...and I own about 3,000 CDs, so that's saying a lot. It not only shows his talent as a performer & songwriter, but also give you a peek into what an incredibly nice & funny guy he was. Buy this NOW, because word on the street is that it's going out-of-print -- (?!?) -- and this one RARELY comes up on eBay.

Mark B.

This is Josh, all Josh, and nothing but Josh.
Josh is never better than when it's just him and his guitar. If you like Josh or School of Fish you will love this. The first time I saw him in concert was on this tour and I can't believe it took me 8 years to finally realize this album exits. This is the best one! He is so alive!


recieved right away, everything was awesome
Cd was in great shape, came to me right away--definetly will continue using cd baby to purchase future cds


Smile, Josh is on!
If you're a fan of Josh's music and spirit, this is a great CD. He makes it spicy...and tasty.

Dean Browell

Incredible entry-level and passionate fan album...
For me this is the long-due return to Josh's work. It affected me when he passed, and finally catching up to a copy of this CD made me immediately happy, even in the first minutes of its listening. It will be the entry-level CD I hand to people when I introduce them to Josh, and to casual fans I can reccomend none higher than this intimate but relaxed album of sweet favorites. Josh, I missed you before and even more now...

Tony Gillespie

One musician and a guitar...that shows talent!! Josh definately delivered on this album. INCREDIBLE!! Buy It immediately!! Josh isn't gone...he's the stars in the sky, always shining down on us all.


Awesome...I totally dug it!
Its a great cd not my first Josh Clayton cd but I really enjoy this one and I think everyone should get this album.